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Paul-Crain

Paul Cain began his career at TRW Space and Defense as an industrial engineer before transitioning to TRW Automotive, working in program management in the early launch of automotive airbag crash sensors and airbag inflators.  He was TRW’s Director of Operations for TRW Steering and Suspension in Sydney, Australia before moving to BEI Duncan Electronics in 1999 as Director of Sales, Marketing and Program Management.  He was also General Manager of Piher Sensors and Controls, North America.  Paul is a committed volunteer during the Monterey car week. He serves as both the BMW CCA chief Concours judge for Legends of the Autobahn and as Co-Chairman for the Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance Class Hosts. Paul has said many times: ‘Came to see the cars, returned to enjoy the friendships.’

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SUCCESS QUOTE

“F-O-C-U-S.”

CAREER CHALLENGE 

Early in his career working on the first generation air bag for automobiles technology and working with a very detail oriented Toyota Motor Company.

AH-HA MOMENTS

Paul’s passion is blending modern drivetrains into vintage bodies,  when he discovered a straightforward redesign of BMW’s shift linkage, he dove off the deep end, installing a one-off BMW transaxle in the iconic 2002.

FIRST SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE

A 1966 Jaguar E-Type

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Trust your instinct.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE

Project Binky

FAVORITE BOOKS 

Side Glances by Peter Egan

Ford vs Ferrari: The Battle for Le Mans by Anthony Pritchard

Bosch Automotive Handbook by Rober Bosch GmbH

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Jump in. Whatever car you like, just jump in.

HOW TO FIND PAUL

Legends of the Autobahn

Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance

 

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